Dining Room Inspiration
Modern, rustic, and contemporary dining room ideas and inspirations.
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When it comes to adding a rug under your dining room table, there seems to be a difference in opinion across the board. There are minimalists, who feel like less is more and there are people who can't imagine a table without a rug under it. Then there are people who just aren't sure. Design trends evolve over time, but incorporating a rug under the table has been a mainstay for ages in many families.
Now that you have chosen the perfect table for your dining room, it's time to set the mood with ideal lighting. This is a simple way to give the overall look and feel to your room an additional face lift. Lighting should enhance your space and make your family and guests feel comfortable. This can be achieved by several different means.
The secret to creating a truly unique and magical dining experience for yourself and your guests is to find a style that suits your hosting needs and your home. Of course, there are a few practical factors to consider like the size of the table and the number of chairs needed. You should also think about whether you’d benefit from any extra features, like an extendable table or one that has storage facilities.
For every day occasions, your dining table may be the perfect size for your family. You may all fit comfortably in your dine-in kitchen, seated around the island, peninsula or the designated kitchen table. But what happens when a situation arises where you need to accommodate more people? How will they all fit at one table? Don't fret, there are simple ways to solve this issue.
When making an investment in a piece of handmade, custom furniture, you want to be sure to properly care of it. Doing so, will maintain its appearance and the surface will keep its unique luster and texture. Home and Timber only uses high quality catalyzed varnish on all of their furniture. This finish is exceptionally and will withstand years of use if properly cared for. Lower quality wood furniture uses lacquer that will yellow and crack with age while also being unable to resist moisture.
Imagine yourself back in time, sitting in the warmth and comfort of your grandmother's home. There, against the wall is the most beautiful wooden hutch filled with her favorite dishes and precious treasures that she had collected over the years. You remember walking up to it and admiring how big it was. You can almost feel yourself running your hand across the beautiful wood grain on the buffet. A smile appears on your face and the idea of adding a hutch to your own home comes to mind.
One of the biggest perks to choosing a custom dining room table over a mass produced one, is picking out the wood. Home and Timber offers specific types of quality hardwood for your heirloom furniture pieces. Each one has it's own quality and unique beauty. You can choose from Cherry and Rustic Cherry, White Oak, or Black Walnut and Rustic Walnut.